United Development Company (UDC), one of Qatar’s leading real estate groups, has registered a net profit of QR577.9 million ($159 million) for the third quarter, up 7.5 per cent when compared to QR537.6 million last year.
United Development Company (UDC) , the developer of a man-made island in Doha, said that it is raising a 1.56 billion riyals ($428.4 million) loan facility from Qatar National Bank.
The loan would be used to finance the purchase o
United Development Company, a leading Qatari public shareholding company, has appointed mSquared Shopping Centres as retail consultants for The Pearl-Qatar Island.
The consultants will work closely with the UDC management team to
United Development Company (UDC), the developer behind Qatar's man-made Pearl island project, said it has signed a QR795 ($218 million) contract with a leading Qatari construction company to build the two Abraj Quartie
United Development Company (UDC) has partnered with leading international polling and research company Gallup to conduct a second survey for residents and employees aimed at enabling the company to continue its five-star service to tenants and vis
United Development Company (UDC) has announced plans to cut Master Community (MC) service charges on The Pearl-Qatar, a Riviera-style man-made island development in Doha, by approximately 33 per cent starting from July 1.
Qtel has signed an agreement with United Development Company (UDC), the master developer of The Pearl-Qatar project, to acquire the full communications infrastructure of the innovative urban development in Doha.
Pearl-Qatar is a masterpiec
Qatar-based leading shareholding company, United Development Company (UDC), has announced that it will be a silver sponsor of Cityscape Qatar 2012.
The leading conference and exhibition for real estate experts in Qatar, will be held from M
The Pearl-Qatar, one of the largest real-estate developments in the Gulf region, said it has started operating the first and only water taxi service in capital Doha allowing residents and visitors to commute around the island in style.
Qatar's United Development Company (UDC), the developer of the man-made Pearl Island project, said its full-year net profit for 2011 soared to QR3.77 billion ($1.03 billion) from QR617 million the previous year.
Announcing the results,